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"exter" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

Hey B*tch!

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"exter" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

"Reckitt ralph q. Nineties unlike you to take one more picture as your profile picture that kinda shows your personality Where does this motion. Yeah just get rid of that first. One 'cause i think you're losing out on a lot of people that haven't gotten to see the rest of your photos because the first one it. Also there's no full body shot by all Profiles need a full body. Please i have no idea what to expect from the chest down. Yeah yeah but i would. I think he looks like a teddy bear. I he's a gay man so i'm not in his market. I think he does. He just needs to figure out the photos a little bit more but he's he really liked that one. I like when he looks cleaned up the cleaned up one. Where he's he's got the closer shave profile. And i do like the one at the table the late show and it shows personality the other ones unlike whatever showing you video games or i do. I do too but a genuine smile as the first pick i go with the one that just yeah yeah i agree to cable. Good luck you can get a straight man on here now. I do want to see a straight man. That's the only person type that we haven't covered as you ma lord. Let's do that one new. I don't know we don't specify you straight i think or now. Yeah so what are we calling this one this guy in mad max madman okay. Yeah because of the first of his eyebrows Little yeah dexter message. Exter- alice do murderer. He's like breaking bad. Dexter all of those combined. I vote dexter dexter great. So he wrote what's up big mood. My name is bleep from bleeped. Here are a few screen shots of my tinder profile. It's it's basic as of now. But i'm willing to hear some insight to improve like that don't include that i've been a stage actor for six years and that i do improv comedy. Should i better for a later congressman lewis. That would explain the photo. That's interesting understand why yes photos so straw. I mean i would. Swipe left on this immediately. Ask giving me murderer. I agree said improv. Comedian you're like oh different type of person just be lyndale at a few down the slide so long for me breaking bad off top. What does this say riyadh bio. It says he's twenty eight years old under his interest. Is astrology art. Gamer museum comedy. Okay but then. His bio says not a prince. Just a frog was most. Oh no dates here. Why would you talk to their. He's probably making joke like yourself deprecating for you do a honestly. It comes off bad on dating profile. You're we're actually looking for prince. So yeah you're fucking dud. Your subconsciously are at least. Bring up the comedy. You have to throw that in somewhere because as we're reading that we all just wrote them off. I find the frog. And i see that photo. Love your past smash tender even hotter than me. I don't even want to give them a chance to know like. Oh yeah. you're not here for the long bio. I'm not gonna kiss that one no the rest of the bio says i like acrylic paint on cheap canvases and then a whole bunch of astrology. Signs sunshine has raised his raising and his moon for me. He can any rights. I can speak english. Obviously spanish and japanese aspiring to be a member of team rocket. Stop it okay. So the car is pokemon right. Yeah okay so so the references. It's like the guy very he's what is key. What's the word i'm like. he's being. What is tearful. what is the word. That i'm laurent. Ix sarcastic very sarcastic. Getting phony me asshole here. He looks like a dick here after reading. Drive the bio. Like he's wearing. Got a smile i would. I would totally key light. Gain reading if i saw this. He wants advice on how to improve this so again this these photo combinations are throwing me off. Here i don't think so seriously one is a lot better than the first one. At least you're like attractive..

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"exter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"exter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"We watched some of the stuff that Robert had done in college but I mean just in. In a annisten boardman amount of time that we spent really studying that and you could see Colin. Mike had a vision of what they wanted it to look like to really build offense around the skillset that Robert has and it was amazing and I mean. I can remember for over a thousand yards. One play action concept alone. You know the short end break in route. He, did it out of the pistols offset gun, but it was a really fun here. What people forget you? We ran the football so well and encountered such a great job in Mike with the design of the offense and Chris I or the offensive line coach. It was a really great reflection of the adjustability, though because yet learned some things in those first couple of years because it was the third season with the redskins that Robin ear was. was and comes in and what people forget to is we were we were. I can't remember exactly. But I WANNA save. We reformed six at the by, and we won six straight, coming out of the by to get to ten and six to win the division, but it was just such a great job by those guys know Robert made a bunch of plays, and and it was a really fun season that you kind of look back on and. How different the way that we operated was with Robert in that team, compared to the first couple of years where we were still in a fish offense, and I think that's a great reflection of what great coaches do and Mike Had the vision say let's make it about our players. Let's justice system accordingly and then see the results are when when when you have good guys. They can see that all right so like you said there was one concept that you guys through thousand yards I. I would guess that reflects that like the League wasn't really ready for what you were doing. Like. was there any question then like? Is this gimmicky because I just remember? I had my roommate when I was in my twenties I. Remember he you know. He coached northeastern up here in Boston, and he coached against Chip Kelly there, and he was defensive. Like is limited earnings coach at the time, but he was. You know working a week ahead. A quality control coach would and he looked at the stuff that chip was doing, and he was like that's either the most complicated thing I've ever seen or the least complicated thing I've ever seen. And I can't tell which, and because they were doing so many different things. Address it up and run it fast. And I remember him saying to me. He's like this stuff at work in the NFL I. Don't know. Why wouldn't you now but I think like when you guys did that stuff, right? There was still that like Gimmick. This is gimmicky. This is college. This is like a lot of that. Stuff was sort of seen that way. Did you. Were you guys worried about that going into that year or was there? Just the feeling? This is GonNa work like this is not going to be like. We're going to be able to pull this off. Yeah, I, think it's I think it's something one of the I mean. Shoot you. Look back even just last couple of years. I think what you realize is. The League goes in trends. It's always about adjusting and adapting, and I think kyle always had such a great field for okay. This will work, but we won't be able to lean on this quite as much and in order to be able to be a fully efficient offense in all phases are here's the areas we need to improve and I think he was always able to identify and understand the realistic approach of yet. We can do some of these things you know like when you play with when you're just running the quarterback period right like most defenses. Defenses are designed especially in the NFL where they're used to plan eleven on ten. They're not having to account for that extra gap or that Exter- runner when you have the quarterback as part of the equation changes up all their fits, and it really gives them some issues well on a on a positive while the negative is is that you've got a chance that your quarterback is going to be more susceptible to injuries? He's GonNa. Take kits that you probably would prefer not to have to be involved in so. So I think we knew that it was something that yeah, a this caught. Some guys off guard and Roberts ability as a runner did regulate a lot of the coverage contours of things that we got where. Hey, if you've got to stop the run and this is how you WanNa, do it. GonNa open up some voids on the back end in behind those second level defenders, but still in front of a post safety in and we got a lot of regulated looks as a result of that but like anything else there's. There's always an evolution is defensive. Coordinators are so good. I mean you look at even just some of the things that we've experienced in the three year trajectory with the rams. You've gotTA adjust adapt. You've got to have a philosophy similar to what I think. Chip did such a great job with is a this is an identity, but we won't be able to still change up always going fast. It's like a pitcher changing up. As did you try to always keep defensive coordinator and defensive players feeling like they're on their heels. Then things sort of and you mentioned the quarterback getting hurt that happens at the end of that year. Things went sideways. That last year in Washington, and it's Funny Sean Because I. That Staff is remembered so I remember I covered a lot of the Mike dismissal there and I just remember how crazy that was, and now I think history looks back on that staff a lot differently because of the success that so many of you guys have had. What was the environment like in the building? Like what was it like for a young kid who still figuring it out figuring out who he is as a coach? What was the environment in that building like on? On a day-to-day basis. Yeah, so there was the there was some of the things you see in the media, but I never felt that because we all love football and I'll tell you what it was was a great opportunity that you're working with some of the best friends that you have where you're positively pushing each other. We didn't always get the results that we wanted especially that last year, but we all had a consistent approaches. We love football. We're GONNA. Come back to work roller sleeves up trying to put together the best game. Game Plan and really just push one another in a great way, and even though it didn't get the results I can tell you that urge. Season was one of the best best growth opportunities where you're saying. Hey, you're.

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"exter" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"exter" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"exter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"exter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Three opened brand new I guess part two establishments out there in right center Exter Fowler top of the order Jacob Grahm wheels and fires and this is a low one now the ground is been behind all night Gorsuch early still time for the Grande figure out a way to get ahead of these kind of batters this team is the national here in its home ball park fixture Fellers scraped the outside corner it's one in one Felder Schwarber Bryant told them can hit it out a going here in the last of the third David right off the line even with the bag one one pitch taken little high two one one since it is almost followed Murphy's home I'm with one of his own it died just before the IBM alors swings pops it in the air third base side right traipsing over into fallow ground plenty of room makes a one hand catch a changeup skied in nearby Feller and now you gotta worry about Kyle Schwarber and how would the more I look at that replay when former hit the home run by the way that his the post season he's the all time postseason home run leader for the cubs since eighteen seventy six it must have been a good half a foot off of the plane and that's got a really be funny Jacob agronomy thinking he stayed away from the former's tower now he comes in on a on a check swing swing is one L. how DO very deep respecting the raw power of this kid he takes and it's inside it's two one L. he will strike out a lot there's like a lot of these other cubs hitters but they haven't found the power for weakness yet to like Conforto is up from double A. to delivery takes on the outside corner two and one the two one taken just yes maybe a bit down looking at the inside corner and the count to a power threat is three in one with another power threat on decking Kris Bryant it's a two to one in the third rom rocks and brings it taken strike called on the outside corner full count again but this is what the cubs do what they're best I see a lot of pitches and more than any team in baseball on average per at bat they grinded down pay off pitch taken outside Baltimore man is gonna go ahead man coming up seven two to one lead in the game a two goal lead in this best of seven series they could be gone trying to forget that he has never beaten the Chicago Cubs in a tight spot right here with a runner on Bryant at the plate Rizzo on deck Bryan Texas swing or tries to he could not hold on advanced all the looked up its own one again a rarity because the ground has been behind the hitters consistently and it's a rare strike one matter of fact it's now four out of twelve the first pitch strike and that is not what Jacob deGrom is all about I didn't feel a devil play death due to hold the runner the pitch wave that and failed at the plate and now he's all the way ahead of Brian doing to after a pedestrian September the final regular season start project was spot on I had a fantastic post season start the first one in LA and then he fought through number two still waiting to see what this one's all about tonight Beijing with a two one lead here's the pitch swing and a miss he.

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McConnell: Beefed up unemployment benefits will not be in next coronavirus bill

Red Eye Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

McConnell: Beefed up unemployment benefits will not be in next coronavirus bill

"Mitch McConnell has said there will be no more beefed up unemployment benefits in the next coronavirus bill no six hundred dollars Exter per week in the next bill but they've got until the end of July to make it happen think about that yes yes but I mean if we're talking about extending it just extending it out further and not running again creasing at then they've gotten they could come up with a bill at the end of July and say we're gonna extended another month or whatever they're going to do so not gonna happen no no I just greet you when government says are stopping spending the money

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"exter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"exter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With the head of Elliot health system is stepping on a return to normal operations Dr Greg man Exter head delegate health systems that include Elliot hospital in Manchester New Hampshire the hospital is beginning to ramp up slowly but less than half of their operating rooms being used but Dr Baxter says patients have waited a while for care to all across the spectrum each person is making a decision on what they think they need with their position about their appetite to move forward and so we want to build a serve the community but we also are looking at the fact that she's just twenty miles south of us there seems to be a very different experience so how do we do this intelligently every patient is presumed to have covert or be a carrier Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio six thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes where you want to think of Mike to the south and it's a pretty good one of the expressway in fact is wide open it has been most of the day here between the o'neill tunnels and the Braintree split that lower structure one twenty eight fine from say wall Sam down to ninety five in canton and a steady ride continues ninety five south down past four ninety five into Attleboro no issues three on the south shore is about fifteen minutes Braintree down a route fifty three downtown a good ride coming in from the north with the lower deck of ninety three the Tobin bridge the lever down ramp there all okay even stroke drive looks good both ways it can't more square up to the north the upper end of one twenty eight just fine thirty minutes from the pike up to main street at Linfield rule one of the mass pike okay to at Logan airport tonight there are some upcoming flight cancellations and other changes with arrivals and departures get the latest flight infer what massport dot com in concerning parking at Logan the economy parking garages close central parking remains open miking WBZ's traffic on the threes with a partly cloudy skies on average as we head through the evening tonight little blustery little chilly low forty two sunshine tomorrow mixes in with some clouds to be a chilly wind around fifty five to sixty.

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"exter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"exter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"An Exter or E. Hey I got a I got a big show today we got the current governor was got to tell you first and the former governor Scott Walker nine await for Sony Ebbers eleven away for governor Scott Walker last to get to the big question badger bounce back will it work would save business in Wisconsin will keep us safe well as both governors that question on the show today it is eight thirty one almost eight thirty two for the WTMJ breaking news center J. Matt Maher thank you Steve governor either is issuing an order spelling out the criteria that have to be met before the state re opens the plan out Monday envisioned the phased reopening triggered by a fourteen day decline in positive covet nineteen cases the plan largely mirrors federal guidelines that were released by the trump White House last week both Republican and democratic governors say the White House must do more to help states carry out testing which is needed before they'll ease up on stay at home orders the governor is pushing back on the president's assertion that Democrats are playing what he calls a dangerous political game by saying there's a short is tests supply shortages have stymied US testing for weeks Milwaukee's health commissioner say officials have identified seven people who appear to have contracted the virus related to the April seventh election in Wisconsin commissioner Janette Kowalik says six of the cases are Milwaukee voters one on the walkie poll worker time for the W. T. M. J. Drake and associates market updates at the opening bell everything in the read the Dow down the four eighty one at twenty three thousand one sixty eight the nasdaq down eighty two at eighty four seventy eight and the S. and P. is down forty four at twenty seven seventy seventy eight take a look at the roadways check in with Debbie laws against all right Jane we've got actually pretty good ride right now he's found ninety four is still at seventeen minutes I was sixteen only to downtown same thing for the westbound side nice and clear on forty one south how we keep the disease at fifteen minutes south on forty three looking good too for round your road to the Marquette that'll be twelve north on ninety four Lincoln Avenue to downtown that's at seven minutes in the north bound bypass between hill in the zoo will be a five minute ride the traffic and weather together on the tense I'm Debbie laws got WTMJ palette of you why dot com time saver try the W. T. in the five day forecast lots of sunshine but on the chilly side breezy with a high today of forty eight clouds move in tonight could see a wintry mixture late tonight low thirty five tomorrow cloudy likely with showers likely fifty lakeside sixty gallon Thursday cloudy and cool forty eight Friday partly cloudy maybe rain late Friday and a high of fifty in Appleton it's thirty degrees Franklin at thirty five in.

"exter" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"exter" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Idea please he's come through questions movement sensors like first like Exter welcome to the question right the the only the only knew no one makes a now let me tell you something sometimes interviews are awkward but when you add alcohol and I have this is all about the end of the conversation I by the end of the the interview three hour long interview you're taking shots you're drinking it and and another question your honor Lamar Odom drinking smoking I watched the whole thing I watch the entire interview all three hours sober and they they clearly their brand of ball from queens and nori is like the big homing calling filet you know they they got some history you could tell that like their friend or he's probably looked out for Lamar when you were younger however it worked out and so he gave him the respect until that last night he asked him about well we won last time is like two hours and forty five minutes a day and it looks like Lamar had just had enough and he told me that I may one queens due to another question do I feel disrespected right now yeah and then normally like hal ma'am I we just have fun this is great to have that in eventually they kind of got the wooden hugged it out when they had dinner afterwards but you can tell them why was hurt in drunk and then like even for something that you step or someone who's who's dealing with it actually we got a light hammered on camera well that's my point your honor I know Mister Nicholas cannon is trying to make a point like their friends and that you know we have though not over chunky but why was he there and ignore is the big homie why is the big homie allowing a little homie who just got out of rehab to come into the show where he knows no more action month mark listen I got a lot of respect for nori and what he doesn't on his platform he is the big homie but they have taken alcohol away from drink chance percent artists like rose to five nine I did that when I did it I did it twice and I never seen they they remove it completely so they could have done the same for Lamar but again the market is a grown man but now he's not a child I know he's got a lot there is past I think they're both kind of guilty in that sense well it's not up to us man is up to the jury of loss and right right eight one eight five two zero one zero five nine is nori the guilty one in this scenario or as Lamar Odom the guilty one is scenario no I bring it up yeah we've always been that situation where you got that one brand with the peer pressure and then they always want to bring up your **** now what don't bring that up right now teddy and I think I'm the peer pressure and he's the one who's always bringing up your axes right back back we have that one I feel this Hey we need to hear it is Los Angeles was guilty nori or Lamar Odom drink champs who was disrespected in this situation a one eight five two zero one zero five now we talked about a mix.

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"exter" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"exter" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Am yes shares a cocky **** I don't know what to say that because I agree with that but I don't see in the morning see store this conversation this do in the morning the number one hit music station one seven five Casey L. Jason is Exter spastic today now the.

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"exter" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"exter" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Down to nine you say you hate me and we go to bed angry the right I'll be away promise some changes I just need thank you you know me well looking at like always the price I know you've been down in you you say you hate me and we go to bed angry no dating would be right I'll be away is some changes just need in the morning the number one hit music station one of seven five TCL Jason is Exter spastic today now the in this room the.

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"exter" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

15:07 min | 3 years ago

"exter" Discussed on WTVN

"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero Disney yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigation the S. one gas right yeah. yes he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights so why old stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at Hillsdale to see these white soul for a us want it was. March. and so hi Nick was called in when this was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas now I am told them that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear him order to say he he apparently went head to take a phone call they said the you know doctor our neck they're calling you from Washington he took a call in a room came back looked ticked off and then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I wouldn't be the first in line to say that hi Nick was no true believer he will was to the very end the hard nosed scientist but he did go from being a defunct her in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yes Zamora was chasing this either when he saw a flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray is outside the vehicle when they spotted him they race back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but it left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought him his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a good moment in mystery so Morris life he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true it's amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them any more why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know it if you count up move on statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaky the solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tick tack aircraft case or anything like that but the real last Greek case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago yeah yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government said about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much slayers and all kinds of stuff yeah they actually what it appears that they did was after the fact of late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half what really happened let's take some calls you for you down let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here are yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much Alice at Luke Air Force base in Luke Air Force base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so it was kind of a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the the speed of the object was surprised because he thought it couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely unknown I'm just on the list a guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland for one year I was a crew chief up there and then we would have objects again all right are but that was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance would tell us sometimes it was called that was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was under fire then when I left ice one went through the command post at Otis airforce base. one of my jobs there. what's your call reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we'll just ask the questions and we put it in a book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you saw an object in you have your fist straight out yeah in relationship to your had are not only right now at arm's length as of this like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies we're sent on talking you know I think it was a question best I remember there was a question on here that today it probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand tossed up all right now that was a random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble any objects to catch him. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble of any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great story thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going what the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour it it covered like twenty four kilometers in a number of seconds and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph Edward L. always well thanks Joe. among the files to he reviewed water any files having to do with the the Roswell the will I go to tackle real lately. the Eisenhower meetings would eat please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty C. I. A. reports or documents. but what I found early on in the in the process of going through all of them and and separating the wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CIA website than those were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they always have friendly nations and with the queue of your that was a national security interest and it went no where. let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favored and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO harsh blamed on CI a man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientist but he would tell audiences that he came to the T. eighteen hypothesis as the least on acceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the C. I. A. to the Air Force ordering beer forced to keep long. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the Air Force was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and also went home and he eventually took his own life. or if you couldn't take it anymore Cody he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he was in on some hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have an answer to where everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward Kong been a physicist at cal I had sneakers have university of Colorado. he put together for other physicists and three psychologists to go over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the chief of staff in effect with another physicist named Dr little Robert Lowell from you see. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven our study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab the it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer no it's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell. in London himself said I won't believe in outer space saucers until I see one touch one all it into a laboratory and get some competent people to go over with me some of the gun area fifty one. he also told the press early on this is in the first couple of months of the con and committee's existence it is my inclination right now to recommend that the government get out of the business my attitude right now is that there is nothing to it but I'm not supposed to reach a conclusion for another year is that here in Brooklyn New York welcome to the show high Hary. you George good to speak with you again one two seven thank you you've got a great show you really so early shore of program on television awhile back about UFOs and there was a gentleman who claimed that he had come across different. Ashley Graham. if you found this piece of metal it was about a foot long. it was squared off on it the ages on the size and everything and it had symbols on it. and he he didn't know what to make of this you know and the.

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"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero did me yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigation the S. one gas right yeah. yeah he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights so why old stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at Hillsdale to see these lights over IT us want it was a marsh. and so hi Nick was called in when the us was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas now I am told them that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear it yeah order to say he he apparently went head to take a phone call they said the you know doctor our neck they're calling you from Washington it took a call in a room came back looked ticked off. and then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I wouldn't be the first in line to say that hi Nick with no true believer he will was to the very end the hard nosed scientist but he did go from being a defunct her in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yes because the more with chasing this either when the song of flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray's outside the vehicle when they spotted him they race back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but it left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought him his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a great moment in mysteries the Morris life he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true June amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them any more why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know if if you count up move on statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaky the solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tic tac aircraft case or anything like that but the real last great case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago yeah yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government says about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much slayers and all kinds of stuff yeah they actually what it appears that they did was after the fact of late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half. really happen let's take some calls you for you down let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here I yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much I was at Luke Air Force base in Luke Air Force base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so I was kind of a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the speed of the object was surprised he could keep up it couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely unknown I'm just on the list a guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland go on the road I was a crew chief up there and then we would have to object again all right are but there was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance with fellow sometimes it was called that was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was identifiable then when I left ice one went through the command post at over center for space. one of my jobs there. what's your call reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we just ask the questions in a liquid up book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you sought out here can you hold your fist straight now yeah in relationship to your arm. right now at arm's length as of this like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies were sent on talking you know I think those who question best I remember there was a question on here that today it probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand post up on right now that was a random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble any objects to catch from. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble on any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great story thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going what the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour it it covered like twenty four kilometers and I'm number second and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph Edward L. always well thanks Joe good good good among the files that he you reviewed water any files having to do with the the Roswell. the the will I go to tackle over already. the Eisenhower meetings would he please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty CIA reports or documents. what I found really on and that in the process of going through all of them and and separating the wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CIA website than those were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they're always so friendly nations and with peculiar that was a national security interest and it went no where Dan let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favored and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO hush bullying down CI a man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientists to but he would tell audiences that he came to the T. eighteen hypothesis as the least unacceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the C. I. A. to the Air Force ordering the airforce to keep long. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the airforce was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and all the way home and he eventually took his own life. if you couldn't take it anymore Cody he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he within on song hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have an answer to everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward Condon a physicist at cal I had call running sneakers university account. he put together for other physicists and three psychologists to go over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the chief of staff in effect with another physicist named Dr little Robert Lowell from UC. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven hours study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab be it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer that's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell. in London himself said I won't believe in outer space starters until I see one touch one all it into a laboratory and get some competent people to go over with me tell him to go to area fifty one. he also told the press early on this is in the first couple of months of the condom committee's existence it is my inclination right now to recommend that the government get out of the business my attitude right now is that there is nothing to it but I'm not supposed to reach a conclusion for another year. right here in Brooklyn New York welcome to the show high Hary. earlier George good to speak with you again looking to see thank you you've got a great show you really so early shore for room on television awhile back about UFOs and there was a gentleman who claimed that he had come across the craft. Ashley Graham. he frowned this piece of metal it was about a foot long. it was squared off on it yeah just on the side and everything and it had symbols on the. and he he didn't know what to make of it you know and he.

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"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero did me yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigations I swamp gas right yeah. yes he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights so why old stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at Hillsdale to see these lights over IT us want it was. marsh. and so hi Nick was called in when the us was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas no I am told and that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear him order to say he he apparently went head to take a phone call they said the you know Dr Hynek they're calling you from Washington and he he took a call in a room came back looked ticked off. then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I would be the first in line to say that hi Nick with no true believer he will was to the very end the hard nosed scientist but he did go from being at the bunker in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yes Zamora was chasing this either when he saw a flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray is outside the vehicle when they spotted him they raced back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but yet left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought him his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a good moment in Mr so Morris life he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true June amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them any more why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know it if you count up move on statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaky to solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tic tac aircraft case or anything like that what are the real last Greek case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago yeah yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government said about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much slayers and all kinds of stuff yeah they actually what it appears that they did was after the fact of late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half. really happen let's take some calls you for you then let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here I yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much Alice at Luke airforce base and Luke airforce base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so it's kind of a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the the speed of the object was professor could keep up it couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely unknown I'm just in the listing guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland for one year I was a crew chief up there and then we would have object again all right are but that was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance with fellow sometimes it was called that was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was identifiable then when I left ice one went through the command post at Otis airforce base. one of my jobs there. was to close your call reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we just ask the questions in a liquid up book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you sought out here can you have your fist straight out yeah in relationship to your arm. right at arm's length as of this like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies we're something I'm talking you know I think those who question the best I remember there was a question on here that the day probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand tossed up all right now that was a random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble any objects to catch him. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble of any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great story thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going what the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour it it covered like twenty four kilometers in a number of seconds and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph. I'll always well thanks Joe. did. among the files to he reviewed water any files having to do with either Roswell the the role I go to tackle over allegedly. the Eisenhower meetings would eat please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty CIA reports or documents. what I found early on in the in the process of going through all of them and and separating the wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CI a website that builds were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they always have friendly nations and was peculiar that was a national security interest and it went no where. let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favored and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO hush Bulleen down CI a man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientist but he would tell audiences that he came to the T. eighteen hypothesis as the least on acceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the CIA to the Air Force ordering beer forced to keep long. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was a real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the airforce was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and also went home and he eventually took his own life. if you can take it anymore Cody he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he was in on some hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have any answer to where everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward Condon a physicist at cal I had sneakers university account. he put together for other physicists and three psychologists to go over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the chief of staff in effect with another physicist named Dr who Robert Lowell from you see. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven our study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab be it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer no it's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell..

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"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero Disney yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigation the S. one gas right yeah. yes he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights so why old stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at Hillsdale to see these lights over IP us want it was. March. and so hi Nick was called in when the us was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas no I am told and that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear him order to say she she apparently we went and had to take a phone call they said the you know Dr Hynek they're calling you from Washington it took a call in a room came back looked ticked off. and then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I would be the first in line to say that hi Nick was no true believer he will was to the very end the card no always scientist but he did go from being a defunct her in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yes Zamora was chasing this either when he saw a flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray is outside the vehicle when they spotted him they race back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but it left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought him his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a good moment in mystery so Morris life he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true it's amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them any more why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know if if you count up more fun statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaking the solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tic tac aircraft case or anything like that but the real last great case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago yeah yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government said about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much slayers and all kinds of stuff yeah. actually what it appears that they did was after the fact late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half. really happen let's take some calls here for you then let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here either yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much Alice at Luke Air Force base in Luke Air Force base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so is can a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the speed of the object was surprised because he thought they couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely unknown not just on the list a guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland for one year I was a crew chief up there and then we would have objects again all right are but that was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance would tell us sometimes it was called that was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was under fire then when I left ice one went to the command post at Otis airforce base. one of my jobs there. your uncle reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we'll just ask the questions in a liquid up book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you saw an object in you have your fist straight out yeah in relationship to your head are only right now arm's length as others like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies we're sent on talking you know I think it was a question best I remember there was a question on here did did they probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand post up on right now that was a random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble any objects to catch him. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble of any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great stories thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going with the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour it it covered like twenty four kilometers in a number of seconds and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph Edward L. always well thanks Joe good did. among the files to he reviewed water any files having to do with the the Roswell. the the will I go to tackle over allegedly. the Eisenhower meetings would he please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty C. I. A. reports or documents but what I found early on in the in the process of going through all of them and and separating the wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CIA website than those were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they always have friendly nations and was peculiar that was a national security interest and it went no where. let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favored and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO hush bullying down C. I. A. man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientist but he would tell audiences that he came to the T. eighteen hypothesis as the least on acceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the C. I. A. to the Air Force ordering beer forced to G. bong. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was a real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the Air Force was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and also went home and he eventually took his own life. or you can take it anymore could he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he within on song hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have an answer to where everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward con been a physicist at cal or at tolerance the university of Colorado. he put together for other physicists and three psychologists the goal over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the. staff in effect with another physicist named Dr little Robert Lowell from UC. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven hours study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab be it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer no it's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell. in London himself said I won't believe in outer space saucers until I see one touch one all it into a laboratory and get some competent people to go over with me Tom the gun area fifty one. he also told the press early on this is in the first couple of months of the kind in committees existence it is my inclination right now to recommend that the government get out of the business my attitude right now is that there is nothing to it but I'm not supposed to reach a conclusion for another year. here in Brooklyn New York welcome to.

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"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero Disney yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigation the S. one gas right yeah. yes he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights of wild stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at hills fail to see these lights over IT us want it was March. and so hi Nick was called in when the us was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas now I am told them that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear him order to say he he apparently went head to take a phone call they said the you know doctor our neck they're calling you from Washington he took a call in a room came back looked ticked off. and then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I wouldn't be the first in line to say that hi Nick was no true believer he will was to the very end the hard nosed scientist but he did go from being a defunct her in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yeah so more was chasing this either when he saw a flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray's outside the vehicle when they spotted him they raced back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but yet left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought in his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a great moment in mysteries of Morris wife he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true June amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them anymore why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know if if you count up move on statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaking the solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tic tac aircraft case or anything like that what are the real last great case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago now yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government said about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much layers and all kinds of stuff yeah they actually what it appears that they did was after the fact of late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half what really happened let's take some calls you for you down let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here I yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much Alice at Luke airforce base in Luke Air Force base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so I was kind of a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the the speed of the object was surprised because he thought it couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely on my own I'm just in the listing guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland. I was a crew chief up there and then we would have object again all right are but there was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance would tell us sometimes it was called there was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was under fire then when I left ice one went to the command post at over center for space. one of my jobs there. listed his knuckle reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we'll just ask the questions in a liquid up book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you sought out here can you have your fist straight now yeah in relationship to your head Armani right now at arm's length and then there's like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies were sent on talking you know I think those who question best I remember there was a question on here that today probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand saws stuff all right on that was random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble imia jets to catch from. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble on any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great story thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going what the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour that it covered like twenty four kilometers and the number of seconds and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. but. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph Edward L. always well thanks Joe good good good among the files to he reviewed water any files having to do with the the Roswell the the wall because the tackle over LA. the Eisenhower meetings would eat please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty C. I. A. reports or documents but what I found early on in the in the process of going through all of them and and separating wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CIA website than those were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they're always so friendly nations and was peculiar that was a national security interest and it went no where DM let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favorite and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO harsh Bulleen down CI a man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientists to but he would tell audiences that he came to the P. T. hypothesis as the least on acceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the C. I. A. to the Air Force ordering the Air Force to keep long. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the airforce was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and also went home and he eventually took his own life. or you can take it anymore Cody he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he was in on some hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have any answer to where everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward Khandan a physicist at cal I had call room sneakers have university account. he put together for other physicists and three psychologist to go over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the chief of staff in effect with another physicist named Dr Lou Robert Lowell from UC. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven our study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab be it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer that's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell. in London himself said I won't believe in outer space doctors until I see one touch one all it into a laboratory and get some competent people to go over with me someone to go to area fifty one. he also told the press early on this is in the first couple of months of the kind in committees existence it is my inclination right now to recommend that the government get out of the business my attitude right now is that there is nothing to it but I'm not supposed to reach a conclusion for another year not here in Brooklyn New York welcome to the show high Hary. earlier George good to speak with you again thank you you've got a great show you really so are you sure of program on television awhile back about UFOs and there was a gentleman who claimed that he is come across different. Ashley Graham. he frowned this piece of metal it was about a foot long. it was squared off on it the edges on the sides and everything and it had symbols on the. and he he didn't know what to make of this you know and he.

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"exter" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"exter" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"exter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"exter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"W. away I there is a lawsuit challenging a west coast ordinance that could send ripples across the country a federal judge denied a request by the city of LA to dismiss the national rifle association lawsuit the suit is challenging a new law that requires city contractors to disclose any ties they have to the gun rights group city officials say the ordinance does not ban and already connected contractors from doing business with the city but the city has a right to know who they're getting in bed with an array officials say the ordinance is the city's way of silencing the voice of lawful gun owners meanwhile Democrats pushing a Senate to pass a bipartisan house bill which expands gun background checks house Majority Leader noted the recent rash of deadly mass shootings well New Jersey Democrat Donald Payne called it a national plague of gun violence well our city continues to grow so rapidly one city council and just wishes though growth wasn't so noisy northside councilman John courage drumming up support for an ordinance that would require that all Exter exterior construction on roads are buildings be suspended during the night time hours enough council members have signed it to bring it up later this month at least for discussion road projects especially do much of their work at night it cuts down on daytime traffic tie ups city of San Antonio today unveiled a series of signs are going up at the airport in our all of our highways leading into San Antonio that read welcome to military city USA retired marine general wanna Yala our cities military affairs director says we've got the fight to earn his trademark designate competition with other great cities in the United States and host of military installations he says one eight people in their county are associated with the military and I contribute some thirty billion dollars a year to our local economy and as these heat advisories continued today should be the hottest day of summer we are watching now for cell Texas seniors health it really should be paramount they heat is hard for those with respiratory conditions but staying hydrated is not as easy for older residents generations expert Jennifer fits Patrick says caffeine that's the worst idea if you're trying to stay hydrated the.

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"exter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"exter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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Bloomberg, US and Vladimir Putin discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

03:04 min | 4 years ago

Bloomberg, US and Vladimir Putin discussed on Bloomberg Best

"Prediabetes awareness partners from the Bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in Washington I'm Nathan Hager with the latest headlines, shameful disgraceful some of the words, President Trump's toughest Republican critics are using. To describe his joint news conference in Helsinki with Russia's Vladimir Putin an event. In which. The, president called the special. Counsel investigation a disaster and suggested he trusted Putin as much as US intelligence on election meddling UK Prime. Minister Theresa may has won the first, round of house of Commons votes on pro Brexit amendments. She's accepted but the vote was, about as close, as it gets three zero five to three oh two, for a measure into, persuading the EU to collect British tariffs on goods. Destined for the UK Amazon is now acknowledging website issues, as prime day gets underway and a tweet the giants said? It's working to resolve the issue quickly but also says customers bought more items in the first hour compared to the same time last year global news twenty four. Hours a day on air ended tick, tock on. Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is Bloomberg Thank you Nathan steep losses. For net flicks it is plummeting about twelve percent, in late trading after posting disappointing subscriber growth invalid, his quarter threatening the Ron of one of Wall Street's hottest stocks JJ Ken hand is chief market strategist at Ameritrade combined with the spending. Worries that people have in terms of con Content's not cheap and you know we, see everything that's going on, in that, space right now with Disney FOX guy etc I think net flicks, got a little. Bit of a bump because they were kind of in the catbird seat seemed everybody has an interest in. What they have to offer but it's not cheap to make those shows it. Was a mixed Monday for stocks slumping tech shares led, most US stocks lower as investors continue to weigh openings against a backdrop of trade tensions. We did, get numbers, on retail sales and they are up for now with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice it's the fifth straight gain retail sales rose point five percent in June. Led by autos Online merchants may was revised higher what lies ahead this could. Be a. Harbinger a key subset of data. The control group signal a potential slowdown Americans are increasingly concerned about White House. Trade policy backfiring he. Chewed ice bloombergradio trade tensions specifically with China very much on the minds of investors Peter cheer is head of macro strategy at academy securities and he was our guest on daybreak Asia. Kate working playoff, several way thank you on the best case for the US we get a very, strong. Deal with China that gives us some intellectual property right protection some reciprocal access at the worst and could be. Something where China really kind of becomes much tighter with the, EU and the US gets left out of. The global picture a little bit of. Daybreak Asia kicks off twenty nine minutes from now the Dow higher by forty five points up two tenths of. One percent SNP little change down one tenth of one percent NASDAQ down twenty down. Three tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie Pellett that's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg, best with June Grasso and Ed back Exter- continues You're.

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